Grays Harbor College GED ceremony

Grays Harbor College will be holding this year’s GED and High School completion ceremony on Wednesday, beginning at 7 pm at the Bishop Center.

Approximately 75 GEDs will be awarded during the event. Speaking to the groups will be Anthony Stankwitz, who received his GED from the College, and Hoquiam Police Chief Jeff Myers.

Starting in 2014, a new GED test will be introduced and the current version will expire. Consequently, test scores of incomplete tests will also be erased at the year of the end.

In October of last year, the price of getting your GED doubled, increasing from $75 to $150 for the certification. Financial help is available for the GED classes and test fees.

The fee increase affects all GED test sites throughout the State of Washington, including Grays Harbor College.

Classes to prepare GED students and GED testing are offered through the College all year long. For more information, contact the Adult Basic Education program at or call 360.533.9733.




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